Sometimes we make a batch of sauce that is too small to warrant printing real-deal labels. These sauces go quickly and might not come back!
Lemon Ginger Rhubarb- This is a
bright and tangy citrus rhubarb overtones with a strong ginger finish. The Stone Soup pepper mash/ginger combination pops this up to about an 8 on the 2-15 heat scale. This will work well in any southeast Asian dish or as a zesty slaw/salad dressing component.
Ingredients: Green chiles, peach puree, citrus juice and pulp (lemon, lime, grapefruit) apple cider syrup, apple puree, rhubarb, apple cider, vinegar, Stone Soup pepper mash, coconut milk, ginger puree, sea salt.
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The Dragon's Chile Sauce- We're featuring a purchased ingredient in our newest sauce- an award winning Chili Cookoff spice blend lends a beautiful roasty-toasty top note to the Dragon's Chili Sauce. Ripe summer tomatoes and several different Stone Soup Hot Pepper Mashes combine with local onions, garlic and a touch of dark chocolate for a spectacular flavor profile. About a 6 on the 2-15 scale with a modest habanero bite.
The Pink Label- Pink Label is Katie's first sauce (read her origin story about it here) and she and Doug cooked it up with a no hype, no stereotype approach. With red habanero, ghost, scorpion and (fresh and dried!) Carolina reaper peppers, it's hot enough to be comfortable wearing pink. We may need to expand the 2-15 rating scale, this one might be just a bit hotter than the Wild Elephant Deterrent. The fruit adds a different dynamic; it's not instantly incendiary.
Smoky Maple Pumpkin Pie - What do you do with Halloween pumpkins after the holiday? Turn them into the newest seasonal sauce: Smoky Maple Pumpkin Pie! It's got warm Chipotle and Cayenne heat, is slightly sweet and tangy with a maple syrup backbeat, and is a great autumn menu inspiration.
Green Zebra Sofrito - Sometimes ingredients fit together so well that it's just impossible to ignore - an impromptu sauce is born! Lemony green zebra tomatoes and green cayenne peppers from Falls Creek Farm with Grow Windham made Sofrito.